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Local Government (Pourashava) Act, 2009 (LVIII of 2009)
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Section 19 (2) (Jha)

Exemption under this section provided only in respect of agricultural loan. The High Court Division came to a finding that the exemption provided for in that section is only in respect of agricultural loan and that loan for the purpose of manufacturing handicrafts does not come within the exemption. This finding of the High Court Division is based on proper appreciation of section 19 (2) (Jha) of the Local Government (Pourashava) Act, 2009.
Sree Taposh Malaker -Vs.- Government of Bangladesh 3 ALR(2014)(1)(AD)106 ....View Full Judgment

Sections 31 and 32

On the application of the writ-petitioner, the High Court Division issued a Rule and stayed operation of the impugned orders. It should be noted that an order once takes effect, it cannot be stayed. If an order of suspension takes effect, if cannot be stayed till the same is finally disposed of on merit. Bangladesh vs Sarwar Kamal 16 BLC (AD) 8. ....View Full Judgment

Section 31(2) read with Section 32

Held; an order once takes effect, it cannot be stayed. If an order of suspension takes effect, it cannot be stayed till the same is finally disposed of on merit, Bangladesh & Ors Vs. Sarwar Kamal 21 BLT (AD) 332 ....View Full Judgment

Section 31(3)

Held; It should be noted that an order once takes effect, it cannot be stayed. If an order of suspension takes effect, it cannot be stayed till the same is finally disposed of on merit. Bangladesh & Ors Vs. Sarwar Kamal 19 BLT (AD) 17. ....View Full Judgment